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[audio]Insight: Political Junkie Goes West / Peanut Allergy Research / Lisa See's "China Doll" / Tom Rigney - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Political Junkie Goes West - Every week, the Political Junkie turns his analytical gaze west. Ken Rudin, known to NPR listeners from his many years talking all things politics with Neal Conan on "Talk of the Nation," puts California politics in the context of the national scene. Rudin joins guest host Pamela Wu from Washington D.C. this morning. We'll talk about congress' budget showdown over funding for the Department of Homeland Security and presidential prospects for Election 2016...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Political Junkie Goes West; Ken Rudin; Pamela Wu; epartment of Homeland Security and presidential prospects for Election 2016; Peanut Allergy Research; New England Journal of Medicine; Dr. Gideon Lack; Dr. Travis Miller, allergist with The Allergy Station; Lisa See, New York Times best-selling author; China Doll; Chop Suey Circuit; Chinese-American nightclubs and performers; Tom Rigney, violinist; blues and roots violinist; Sacramento Music Festival; KVIE; Music Gone Public
Downloads: 167
[audio]Insight: Capitol Chat / Sacramento Beer Week / Tricia Stirling / Kathy Kosins - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Capitol Chat: Plastic Bag Ban, Privacy CapRadio's Ben Adler joins Insight for this week's Capitol Chat. Sacramento Beer Week Kicks Off Dave Gull and Tom McCormick talk about the local beer culture as Sacramento Beer Week kicks off. Tricia Stirling Debuts Dark, Coming-Of-Age Novel Author Tricia Stirling stops by Insight to talk about her new book, "When My Heart Was Wicked." Kathy Kosins To Perform Jazz Tribute "Ladies Of Cool" A jazz tribute called "Ladies of Cool" at the Harris Center in Folsom...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Capitol Chat; Ben Adler; Sacramento Beer Week; beer week in Sacramento; Dave Gull, New Helvetia Brewing; Tom McCormick, California Craft Brewers Assn; Tricia Stirling, author, When My Heart Was Wicked; When My Heart Was Wicked; Scholastic Press; Kathy Kosins, singer; Gary Vercelli
Downloads: 852
[audio]Insight: Wildlife And The Drought / Pet Tales: Adopting Older Pets / News Network / "From The Moon To The Earth" - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Wildlife And The Drought On Insight, we discuss the story behind surveillance camera footage of four mountain lions walking through the yard of a Georgetown home. Pet Tales: Adopting Older Pets Insight talks with pet expert Gina Spadafori about adopting older pets. News Network: Sacramento City Council Recap Sacramento Bee's Ryan Lillis gives a recap of Tuesday night's city council meeting. Jeff Kingfisher "From the Moon to the Earth" Jeff Kingfisher who is releasing songs with every cycle of th...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; mountain lions in Georgetown; Tami Sutton, Georgetown homeowner; Jason Holley, California Department of Fish and Wildlife; Pet Tales: Adopting Older Pets; Jody Jones, Homeward Bound Golden Retriever Rescue and Sanctuary; Homeward Bound Golden Retriever Rescue; Golden Retriever rescue; older pets are adoptable; Gina Spadafori; old dogs, new homes; News Network; Ryan Lillis, The Sacramento Bee; Sacramento City Council meeting; Jeff Kingfisher, composer and musician; From the Moon to the Earth; moon songs by Jeff Kingfisher
Downloads: 1,373
[audio]Insight: News Network / Tobacco Ban / Woodland Honor Band Heads To Carnegie Hall - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
News Network: Calaveras County Reporter Rich Ibarra has an update on the Leila Fowler murder case. A motion to release the only suspect was denied last week, though there was surprising new evidence. Campaign For Tobacco-Free Baseball Stadiums A state lawmaker is proposing a bill that would ban smoke-free tobacco. Insight will discuss the bill with Matt Myers, the President of Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; News Network; Rich Ibarra; tobacco-free baseball stadiums; Matt Myers, president, Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids; baseball and tobacco; Woodland Honor Band; Carnegie Hall is destination for Woodland school band; New York trip for school band from Woodland; Woodland High School Band; Pioneer High School Band
Downloads: 1,027
[audio]Insight: Political Junkie Goes West / Barry Broome / Pierre Balthazard - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Political Junkie Goes West - The Political Junkie is turning his analytical gaze west. Ken Rudin, known to NPR listeners from his many years talking all things politics with Neal Conan on "Talk of the Nation," joins Insight host Beth Ruyak for our signature segment that puts California politics in the context of the national scene. Barry Broome - It's no question Downtown Sacramento is in the middle of a renaissance...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento
Downloads: 846
[audio]Insight: Capitol Chat / Nutrition Research / "Wicked Women" / Italian Opera At Cal Stage - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Capitol Chat - On Capitol Chat, state government reporter Katie Orr gives us the latest roundup on California cities leading the way on innovative public policy, UC tuition rates, and Assembly member Rocky Chavez exploring a run for the senate. Nutrition Research - The national Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee Thursday officially dropped its caution about eating cholesterol. But experts in nutrition say we still eat too much salt, sugar, saturated fat and not enough fruits, vegetables, nuts...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Capitol Chat; Katie Orr, state government reporter; UC tuition rates; Assembly member Rocky Chavez; Nutrition Research; The national Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee; officially dropped its caution about eating cholesterol; salt, sugar, saturated fat; fruits, vegetables, nuts whole grains and fish; Mary Coordt; UC Davis masters in nutrition, teaches and consults on nutrition and exercise; Olympics; top U.S. masters runner; Wicked Women; Chris Enss, New York Times bestselling author; Wicked Women: Notorious, Mischievous and Wayward Ladies of the Old West; Squirrel Tooth Alice; Big-Nosed Kate; Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad Museum in Nevada City; Italian Opera At Cal Stage; Leslie Lewinter-Suskind, Local playwright; operetta; California Stage Theater Company; Katherine Cooper; Jonathan Blum; Janet Motenko
Downloads: 892
[audio]Insight: Water Rights During Drought / Gambatte & Japanese Internment / City Of Sacramento's Budget / Sound Advice - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Water Rights During Drought Hours of testimony Wednesday gave a dramatic picture of California's Central Valley during drought. CapRadio's Amy Quinton has the details after an emotional hearing at the California Water Resources Board. Photography Exhibit Honors Survivors Of Japanese Internment Camps Photographer Paul Kitagaki, Jr. spent ten years gathering stories and photos of people interned in Japanese prison camps during World War II...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; water rights; drought; Amy Quinton; photographs of Japanese prison camps; Paul Kitagaki, Jr., Sacramento Bee photographer; California Museum; Wayne Hironaka, sent to Japanese internment camp as a 5-year-old; WWII internment camp photos; Sacramento city budget; budget for City of Sacramento; John Shirey, Sacramento City Manager; Sound Advice: Classical; Kent Teeters
Downloads: 1,056
[audio]Insight: West Coast Ports Dispute / Raise Your Hand Foundation Update / Rebroadcast: Gayle Pitman / Cellist Susan Lamb Cook - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
West Coast Ports Dispute - California produce is rotting on the decks of container ships as a labor dispute continues between port workers (represented by the International Longshore and Warehouse Union) and their employers the Pacific Maritime Association. President Barack Obama dispatched Labor secretary Thomas Perez to San Francisco this week to urge both sides to come to an agreement but it's yet to be seen whether the two sides can come to terms...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; West Coast Ports Dispute; port workers; International Longshore and Warehouse Union; Jock O'Connell, Sacramento-based International Trade Advisor for Beacon Economics; Raise Your Hand Foundation Update; Liberia; scholarships; medical equipment; ebola; Shelley Spurlock; Rebroadcast: Gayle Pitman, Sacramento City College psychology professor; 2015 American Library Association Stonewall Award; This Day in June; Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Pride celebration; Susan Lamb Cook, Cellist; Sac Philharmonic; Beethoven sonatas; Westminster Presbyterian Church; cello instructor at UC Davis; Gayle Blankenburg, pianist
Downloads: 780
[audio]Insight: Drought Impact On Ranchers Follow Up / Kushman By The Bottle / "A Normal Life with Visits from Crazy on Wednesdays” / Tiny Desk Contest - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
AUDIO FILES FOR THIS SHOW UNDER IDENTIFIER Insight-150211a The California's Drought Impact On Ranchers California just experienced the driest January on record this year, but it's ranchers are better still in better shape now than they were last year at this time. Kushman By The Bottle: Wine Industry Trends And Rick's Picks For Valentines Day Capital Public Radio's resident wine expert Rick Kushman recently returned from the Unified Wine and Grape Symposium in Sacramento...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; California drought; drought in California; Amy Quinton; Kushman by the Bottle; Rick Kushman; Muirya Shea-Galduroz, author of A Normal Life with Visits from Crazy on Wednesdays; Tiny Desk Concerts; NPR Tiny Desk Concert contest; Melody Stone
Downloads: 60
[audio]Insight: The Political Junkie Goes West / News Network: Sacramento / Slow Medicine / Seven - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Political Junkie Goes West: Oregon's Governor, Obama's Immigration Executive Order Insight checks in with The Political Junkie Ken Rudin for more of about the scandal with Oregon's Governor John Kitzhaber, the death of Columnist David Carr and the latest with Pres. Barack Obama's executive order on immigration. News Network: Sacramento Kings New Coach The Sacramento Kings has a new coach. Sacramento Bee's Ryan Lillis talks about what that means for the team...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Political Junkie, The; Ken Rudin, The Political Junkie; News Network: Sacramento; Ryan Lillis, The Sacramento Bee; Michael Finkelstein, MD and proponent of 'slow medicine'; slow medicine; holistic medicine; Seven; National Council of Jewish Women present Seven; women leading social change; Jan Ahders, director, Seven Gail Tamanaga, actor, Seven; Mehera Busfield, actor, Seven
Downloads: 712
[audio]Insight: Capitol Chat / Renee Byer / The Science of Monogamy / Sound Advice: Break Up Jams - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Capitol Chat - Today on Capitol Chat, Ben Adler explains some of the new bills in this session. Renee Byer - A Pulitzer Prizewinning photographer has an exhibit of her latest work at the Viewpoint Gallery, 2015 J Street, Sacramento. A Second Saturday reception is planned Feb. 14. Renee Buyer, a senior photojournalist at the Sacramento Bee, took a leave of absence for two years and traveled to 10 different countries on four continents to document people who live everyday on less than a dollar...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Capitol Chat; Ben Adler; Renee Byer, Pulitzer Prizewinning photographer, senior photojournalist at the Sacramento Bee; Viewpoint Gallery; Living on a Dollar a Day, The Lives and Faces of the World's Poor; The Science of Monogamy; Karen Bales, UC Davis Professor of Psychology; physiology; neurobiology; Sound Advice: Break Up Jams; Nick Brunner; Blue Dog Jam
Downloads: 1,047
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Keywords: KXJZ
Downloads: 897
[audio]Insight: News Network / Temple Grandin / Author James Rollins / Jack Gallagher - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
News Network - The City of Sacramento is slated to vote on its budget at tonight's meeting. Capital Public Radio reporter Bob Moffitt joins us to talk about what the city is planning to spend money on in the next fiscal year. Temple Grandin - Mary Temple Grandin will speak at UC Davis's Jackson Hall at 8 p.m. today. She is a professor of animal science at Colorado State University, a best-selling author, a consultant to the livestock industry on animal behavior and an advocate for people living ...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; News Network; City of Sacramento; Bob Moffitt, Capital Public Radio reporter; Temple Grandin; Mary Temple Grandin,professor of animal science at Colorado State University, a best-selling author, a consultant to the livestock industry on animal behavior and an advocate for people living with autism; UC Davis's Jackson Hall; autism; James Rollins, Author; New York Times Bestselling authors James Rollins and Rebecca Cantrell; gothic trilogy; ancient Vatican order; Christ's miracles; Blood Infernal; Barnes & Noble in Roseville; Jack Gallagher, Comedian; Five Songs; B Street Theater; 25 songs
Downloads: 448
[audio]Insight: Ken Rudin / Newborn Foals Research / Falling In Love Supreme - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
The Political Junkie Goes West The Political Junkie is turning his analytical gaze west. Ken Rudin, known to NPR listeners from his many years talking all things politics with Neal Conan on "Talk of the Nation," joins Insight host Beth Ruyak for our signature segment. Researchers Find Clues About Human Autism In Foals New research into a horse disorder that has puzzled horse owners and veterinarians for a century may offer clues to autism in humans...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Ken Rudin, The Political Junkie; Political Junkie, The; newborn foals research; neonatal maladjustment syndrome; veterinary researchers at UC Davis; UC Davis veterinary researchers; Gary Vercelli; jazz love stories
Downloads: 750
[audio]Insight: Capitol Chat / Rock and Radio Remembered / The Wailin' Jennys - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Capitol Chat - It's that time of year when all the state legislatures are in session and the national congress is in full-swing. Lawmakers are writing bills and introducing them at a furious rate and it can be hard to keep up. So, to try to get a handle on what's happening in not just California's Capitol - but the nation's - we're checking in with three of Capital Public Radio's reporters who cover political happenings...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Capitol Chat; Matt Laslo, D.C. Reporter; Ben Adler, Capital Public Radio's Capitol Bureau Chief; Rock and Radio Remembered; West Sacramento; The Rock and Radio Museum; West Sacramento Community Center; Mick Martin; Lew Fratis; Mike McGowan; Cindy Tuttle; Live music; City of West Sacramento Parks and Recreation mobile stage acquisition fund; The Wailin' Jennys; international folk trio; Ruth Moody, Nicky Mehta; Heather Masse; NPR's A Prairie Home Companion; Crest Theater
Downloads: 866
[audio]Insight: The Danny Oliver Foundation / Running for Health / Photographer Kurt Fishback / Sound Advice: New Millennium Series - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
The Danny Oliver Foundation - The widow of a Sacramento County Sheriff's Deputy killed in the line of duty has made it her mission to strengthen community and law enforcement relations. Susan Oliver talks about her husband and what she hopes to accomplish through the Danny Oliver Foundation. Running for Health - A study out this month in The Journal of the American College of Cardiology suggests that you don't have to run long and hard to get the health benefits of jogging...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; The Danny Oliver Foundation; The widow of a Sacramento County Sheriff's Deputy killed; strengthen community and law enforcement relations; Susan Oliver; Running for Health; The Journal of the American College of Cardiology; Sally Edwards, founder of Fleet Feet Sports and Heart Zones; Photographer Kurt Fishback; local photographer; Ansel Adams; Sacramento Region Community Foundation; Leff-Davis Fund for Visual Artists; Second Saturday event; Kurt Fishback; Sound Advice: New Millennium Series; Andrew Luchansky, Artistic Director of Sacramento State's New Millennium Concert Series; Hilary Hahn and Windsync; The New Millennium Concert Series; Smithsonian Chamber Players
Downloads: 1,136
[audio]Insight: Record-Breaking Dry January/Voices from the Drought/Reptiles & Amphibians/Joseph Bruchac - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Record-Breaking Dry January - California just experienced its driest January on record. So as California heads into what could be another dry summer, is the state better prepared for drought than it was last year? If so, what has it done? If not, what needs to be done? And how does this drought size up against past droughts? Director of the UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences Jay Lund joins us to talk about what is being done to counter the drought in California...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Record-Breaking Dry January; drought; Jay Lund, Director of the UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences; Voices from the Drought; Ken Tate; Brad Hooker; Caroline Henderson's Letters from the Dust Bowl.; Reptiles & Amphibians; The Lodi Science Cafe; Stunning Serpents & Celebrated Salientians: Studying Reptiles & Amphibians in NorCal.; Brian Halstead, US Geological Survey wildlife biologist; Joseph Bruchac, author; 11th Annual Words Take Wing celebration of children's literature as art; Abenaki ancestry; Native American heritage
Downloads: 1,010
[audio]Who's running down the property values...? - Ofari, Earl
Description: Using Inglewood, California as a case study, this documentary examines the problems of racial and economic change in an urban community. Earl Ofari of KPFK talks to city officials, real estate people, homeowners, renters and bankers about city services, red-lining, maintenance and other topics that affect property values.Call Number: KZ0748Rights: Copyrighted. Rights are owned by Pacifica Radio Archives...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Population geography; Discrimination in housing; Real property--Inglewood (Calif.)--Valuation; Race relations--Inglewood (Calif.); Ofari, Earl; Inglewood (Calif.)
Downloads: 15
[audio]The moving center: Isla Vista - Malloch, William
Description: A documentary about the riots in Isla Vista, California, near the University of California, Santa Barbara, in late February 1970. After the first night of rioting, the Bank of America building in Isla Vista was burned to the ground. This program, which was recorded by KPFK's music director William Malloch, documents the events of the second night of the riots. This recording is also significant for being the first public affairs program recorded in stereo.Call Number: BB4199A; BB419...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Isla Vista (Calif.); Protests, demonstrations, vigils, etc; Student movements; Malloch, William; Santa Barbara (Calif.)
Downloads: 21
[audio]Relax, you're going to enjoy this - Goodwin, Jay
Description: A documentary about massage parlors in the San Francisco Bay Area. Includes interviews with masseuses, patrons, owners and the head of the San Francisco Police Department vice squad. Produced by Jay Goodwin.Call Number: BC0723Rights: Copyrighted. Rights are owned by Pacifica Radio Archives. Transmission or reproduction of materials protected by copyright beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the copyright owner...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Sex oriented businesses; Police--San Francisco (Calif.); Goodwin, Jay; San Francisco (Calif.) 
Downloads: 20
[audio]A new kind of museum: the Exploratorium
Description: Dr. Frank Oppenheimer, director of the new Exploratorium of the Palace of Arts and Science, located in the Palace of Fine Arts building in San Francisco, is interviewed by Elsa Knight Thompson of KPFA about the concepts behind the new museum and what one can expect to find there.Call Number: BB2274Date Published: 1969-11-04Rights: Copyrighted. Rights are owned by Pacifica Radio Archives...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Children's museums; Exploratorium (Organization); Oppenheimer, Frank, 1912-1985; Thompson, Elsa Knight; San Francisco (Calif.)
Downloads: 15
[audio]Growing old Chicano - Morris, Aurelia
Series Title: Grey powerDescription: Aurelia Morris visits the Maravilla old people's home in East Los Angeles for this documentary on aging in the Chicano community, with the assistance of José Cuellar, Professor of Anthropology at the Claremont College Chicano Studies Center.Call Number: KZ0336Rights: Copyrighted. Rights are owned by Pacifica Radio Archives. Transmission or reproduction of materials protected by copyright beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the ...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Seniors--Los Angeles (Calif.)--Social conditions; Chicanos--Los Angeles (Calif.)--Social conditions; Chicano seniors; Old age homes; Morris, Aurelia; Cuellar, Jose B., 1941-; East Los Angeles (Calif.)
Downloads: 12
[audio]Tune-in on Contra Costa west: downtown redevelopment in Richmond - Silbowitz, Al
Description: Program that includes interviews with merchants and householders about the redevelopment of downtown Richmond, CA, and a discussion with members of the Richmond Redevelopment Agency.Call Number: BB0519Date Published: 1965-03-11Rights: Copyrighted. Rights are owned by Pacifica Radio Archives. Transmission or reproduction of materials protected by copyright beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the copyright owner...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Richmond (Calif.); Richmond (Calif.). Planning Department
Downloads: 11
[audio]Live animal room - Bauersfeld, Erik; Grillo, Clay
Description: A visit to the Josephine D. Randall Junior Museum in San Francisco. The children play tree to a boa constrictor and are led on a sawdust safari by Assistant Life-Science Curator Juanita Richardson. Director A. Kirk Conragan discusses some of the other activities at this busy institution on top of Corona Heights. Produced by Erik Bauersfeld and Clay Grillo.Call Number: BC0231Rights: Copyrighted...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Children's museums; Museums (San Francisco, Calif.); Bauersfeld, Erik; Conragan, Albert; Grillo, Clay; Richardson, Juanita; San Francisco (Calif.)
Downloads: 12
[audio]Christopher Columbus meets the Indians - Schechner, Bill
Description: On the occasion of the Columbus Day festivities being held in San Francisco's Aquatic Park on October 12, 1971, a group of Native Americans held a counter-celebration marked by ceremonies of mourning. The two events happened within earshot of each other and were recorded by KPFA's Bill Schechner. This recording documents reactions to the event by both Native and non-Native people.Call Number: BC0518Date Published: 1971-12-11Rights: Copyrighted...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Indians of North America--Political activity; Protests, demonstrations, vigils, etc.--San Francisco (Calif.)--1971; Holidays--United States; Schechner, Bill; San Francisco (Calif.)
Downloads: 14
[audio]Do or die: gang life in south-central Los Angeles
Description: Lon Bing, former model and writer on gang life for the L.A. Weekly and Harper's Magazine, discusses her exploration of gang life in South Central Los Angeles. She discusses the Crips and the Bloods, her personal relationships with some of the family members, the origins of gang activity, and the continuous spread of gangs to other communities - even to other states.Call Number: KZ1702Date Published: 1991-10-16Rights: Copyrighted...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Gangs--Los Angeles (Calif.)--Personal narratives; Inner city--Social conditions--Personal narratives; Bing, Lon, 1950-; Selmon, Karole; Los Angeles (Calif.)
Downloads: 12
[audio]The Llano colony
Description: Walter Millsap, one-time board member of the Llano Del Rio colony, talks with Art Wadsworth about this American experiment in "equal ownership, equal wages, and equal social opportunities."Call Number: BC1096Date Published: 1964-05-08Rights: Copyrighted. Rights are owned by Pacifica Radio Archives. Transmission or reproduction of materials protected by copyright beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the copyright owner...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Llano Colony (Secular community); Communal living; Millsap, Walter, 1886-1971; Wadsworth, Art 
Downloads: 11
[audio]The gray depression - Marks, Marlene Adler
Description: This program examines how current economic crises are affecting the elderly in Southern California. Focuses on the older communities of Venice and East Los Angeles and how those who are living on a fixed income are faring with regard to food, housing, income maintenance, and jobs. Produced by Marlene Adler Marks.Call Number: BC2270Date Published: 1975-03-25Rights: Copyrighted. Rights are owned by Pacifica Radio Archives...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Seniors--Los Angeles (Calif.)--Economic conditions; Marks, Marlene Adler; Venice (Calif.); East Los Angeles (Calif.)
Downloads: 13
[audio]Tune-in on Sacramento: crisis in the state colleges
Description: A panel discussion on the past, present and future of the California State College system in light of the current financial crisis. Participants are Sacramento State College professors Harry Aron, psychology; Leonard Cain, sociology; Marc Tool, economics; James Lucas, psychology; and Ross Koen, Legislative Advocate for the Association of California State College Professors. The moderator is Al Silbowitz.Call Number: BB0518Rights: Copyrighted...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Education--California--Aims and objectives; Universities and colleges--California--Finance; Silbowitz, Al; Aron, Harry; Lucas, James T; Tool, Marc R; Koen, Ross; Cain, Leonard D; Sacramento (Calif.)
Downloads: 10
[audio]The biologist and the utility
Additional Title: Bodega BayDescription: Elsa Knight Thompson and Joan McIntyre interview John Brian "Joe" Neilands, professor of biochemistry at the University of California, Berkeley, on his petition for a rehearing before the State Public Utilities Commission on the nuclear reactor proposed for Bodega Bay. Dr. Neilands questions the role of the University of California in not defending what he calls "the biological integrity of the site."Call Number: BB0315Date Published: 1963-01-06Rights: Co...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Nuclear power plants--Bodega Bay; Antinuclear movement; Thompson, Elsa Knight; McIntyre, Joan; Neilands, Joe
Downloads: 12
[audio]No appointment necessary
Series Title: No appointment necessaryDescription: On this episode of No Appointment Necessary, lawyer David Finkel interviews California Superior Court Judge Jerry Pacht about due process in the criminal courts of the predominantly Chicano neighborhood of East Los Angeles.Call Number: BC1968Rights: Copyrighted. Rights are owned by Pacifica Radio Archives. Transmission or reproduction of materials protected by copyright beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the copyr...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Judicial system--Los Angeles (Calif.); Chicanos--Legal status, laws, etc.--Los Angeles (Calif.); Finkel, David; Pacht, Jerry
Downloads: 12
[audio]Rapid transit: when? where? how? - Silk, Debbie; Berland, Jim
Series Title: Open journalDescription: Barry Siegel, Los Angeles Urban Coalition Transportation Consultant; Margot Feuer, member of the South Coast Regional Commission and Land Use Planning Advocate for Los Angeles County; and Tad Widby, Transportation and Land Use Planner for the Southern California Association of Governments talk about land use and transportation in Southern California. Moderated by Ellen Stern Harris.Call Number: KZ0005A; KZ0005BDate Published: 1976-09-01; 1976-09-02Rights: C...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Urban transportation; Local transit; Motor bus lines; Metro Rail (Los Angeles, Calif.); Land use, Urban; Siegel, Barry; Feuer, Margot; Widby, Tad; Harris, Ellen Stern; Berland, Jim; Silk, Debbie; Public affairs; Los Angeles (Calif.)
Downloads: 16
[audio]Problems of youth - Tigar, Mike
Series Title: Census tract 2031Description: First of a three-part series dealing with adolescents in a depressed East Los Angeles area. This program is introduced by Mike Tigar, who then allows the young men to speak for themselves - about jobs, school, police, parents, etc. The comments were recorded, transcribed and selected for broadcast by the participants themselves.Call Number: BB4212.01Date Published: 1963-09-22Rights: Copyrighted...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Chicanos--Los Angeles (Calif.)--Social conditions; Tigar, Mike; East Los Angeles (Calif.)
Downloads: 15
[audio]Huckleberry's for runaways
Series Title: Open hourDescription: Reverend Larry Beggs, director of Huckleberry's for Runaways, talks with Elsa Knight Thompson about the work of his organization, which helps teenage runaways, through their own problem-solving and decision-making powers, to return home with dignity and without police pickup and incarceration.Call Number: BB1794Date Published: 1969-06-23Rights: Copyrighted. Rights are owned by Pacifica Radio Archives...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Youth shelters; Beggs, Larry; Thompson, Elsa Knight; San Francisco (Calif.)
Downloads: 10
[audio]Bobby and the classics - Tigar, Mike
Series Title: Census tract 2031Description: The Chicano rock n' roll group Bobby and the Classics, consisting of Bobby Jaramillo, Joe Jaramillo, Tommy Keyes and Richard Lopez, perform a cappella at KPFK's studios. Songs include Diamonds pearls, Little girl, Why do you have to go, To make a long story short, Long summer night, Something not new, and I want you to know.Call Number: BB4212.02Date Published: 1963-09-22Rights: Copyrighted...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Rock music; Chicanos--Social life and customs; Jaramillo, Robert; Jaramillo, Joe; Keyes, Tommy; Lopez, Richard; Tigar, Mike; Cannibal & the Headhunters (Musical group)
Downloads: 16
[audio]The mis-education of the black student - Rivers, Sylvester
Series Title: Family treeDescription: While the public education that Black students receive in the United States is not as overtly discriminatory as in South Africa, there are serious problems. In this program teachers from the Los Angeles Unified School District, Black educators, students and citizens discuss the education or lack of it that Black students receive. They also discuss how it affects the self-image that Blacks have, the historical development of the education of Blacks in this co...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Public schools; Education--United States; Blacks--Education; Discrimination in education--United States; Los Angeles Unified School District; Rivers, Sylvester; Los Angeles (Calif.)
Downloads: 11
[audio]A case in point - Osborn, Jim
Description: A documentary study of de facto segregation in Los Angeles, produced by Jim Osborn of KPFK. The case in point is the boundary between the White South Gate High School and the Black David Starr Jordan High, just a mile and a half away. The board of education is caught between the United Civil Rights Committee which demands a boundary adjustment to integrate both high schools, and opponents who claim this is unrealistic.Call Number: BB4534Date Published: 1963-11-16Rights: Copyrighted...
Keywords: californialightandsound; United Civil Rights Committee; School integration--Los Angeles (Calif.); Osborn, Jim; South Gate (Calif.)
Downloads: 11
[audio]The Christo kid
Description: Marilyn Hagberg interviews the controversial artist Christo on the occasion of his Oakland Museum exhibition. Called the Cecil B. DeMille of conceptual art, Christo created "the most publicized work of art in the last decade", a 1300-foot nylon curtain stretched across a Rocky Mountain valley in Colorado. Trained in the Soviet school of social realism, Christo discusses his bizarre theories of art and his next art project, a 24 1/2-mile nylon fence planned for the San Francisco Bay ...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Earthworks (Art); Site-specific installations (Art); Conceptual art--United States; Christo, 1935-; Hagberg, Marilyn
Downloads: 11
[audio]Will we kill San Francisco Bay?
Description: KPFA's Bill Schechner interviews marine biologist Fred Tarp of Contra Costa College about the effects of marine pollution on the environment.Call Number: BC0673Date Published: 1972-03-07Rights: Copyrighted. Rights are owned by Pacifica Radio Archives. Transmission or reproduction of materials protected by copyright beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the copyright owner...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Marine ecology; Water--Pollution; Schechner, Bill; Tarp, Fred
Downloads: 11
[audio]The gang worker - Tigar, Mike
Series Title: Census tract 2031Description: Mike Tigar interviews Tony Serrato, Senior Deputy Probation Officer in the Group Guidance Section of the LA County Probation Department, about efforts to reform Chicano gang members.Call Number: BB4212.03Date Published: 1963-09-22Rights: Copyrighted. Rights are owned by Pacifica Radio Archives. Transmission or reproduction of materials protected by copyright beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the copyright owner...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Chicanos--Los Angeles--Social conditions; Juvenile corrections; Tigar, Mike; Serrato, Anthony; East Los Angeles (Calif.)
Downloads: 10
[audio]What it's like to be on general assistance - Porsch, Don
Series Title: Open hourDescription: Testimony from welfare recipients and others with personal knowledge of welfare in Alameda County. The second program includes talks by State Senator Nicholas Petris, Berkeley City Councilman Ronald Dellums, and the director of the Oakland Economic Development Council, Percy Moore, as well as testimony by welfare recipients and social workers.Prepared and narrated by Don Porsch.Call Number: BB1500.01; BB1500.02Date Published: 1967-10-30; 1968-01-09Rights: Copy...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Public welfare; Alameda County (Calif.); Porsch, Don; Petris, Nicholas; Dellums, Ronald V., 1935-; Moore, Percy
Downloads: 15
[audio]Righteous but compassionate
Series Title: Open hourDescription: An interview with Steve Stacey and Ron Landberg of the Good Earth Commune in the Haight-Ashbury district of San Francisco. They discuss the Haight-Ashbury as it is today, as well as the evolving ""hip"" lifestyle and its philosophy. The interviewer is Al Silbowitz.Call Number: BB2501Date Published: 1970-06-25Rights: Copyrighted. Rights are owned by Pacifica Radio Archives...
Keywords: californialightandsound; New age (Concepts, lifestyles, etc.); Hippies; Haight-Ashbury (San Francisco, Calif.); Stacey, Steve; Landberg, Ron; Silbowitz, Al; San Francisco (Calif.)
Downloads: 13
[audio]Mexican self-help project for better education - Smithson, Denny
Description: Three Mexican-American citizens from the Geyserville area talk with Denny Smithson of KPFA about a summer school migrant program that the local school board decided would not be continued this year.Call Number: BB2509Rights: Copyrighted. Rights are owned by Pacifica Radio Archives. Transmission or reproduction of materials protected by copyright beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the copyright owner...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Chicanos--Education; English as a second language; Migrant labor; Smithson, Denny;  Geyserville (Calif.)
Downloads: 9
[audio]210,000 children
Additional Title: United Community Fund of San Francisco Meeting on Aid to Needy ChildrenDescription: 210,000 children every year receive help through the Aid to Needy Children (ANC) program. This discussion was recorded at the United Community Fund of San Francisco meeting on ANC. Moderated by Judge Robert Kroninger of the Oakland Municipal Court (chairman, ANC Committee, California Association for Health and Welfare)...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Public welfare; San Francisco (Calif.); Kroninger, Robert H. (Robert Henry); tenBroek, Jacobus; Gallegos, Herman E; Byfield, Richard; San Francisco (Calif.)
Downloads: 12
[audio]Insight: News Network / Parks Forward / Heather Marie / Malcolm MacKenzie - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
News Network: Vaccination Rates In The State And Placer County - The recent measles outbreak in California is attributed to a growing number of parents choosing not to vaccinate their children. And while the number of parents opting out of vaccines has been growing over the past decade, it actually declined in 2014. The Sacramento Bee's Phillip Reese crunched the state's vaccination rate figures in early December and published his findings shortly before the current measles outbreak...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; News Network: Vaccination Rates In The State And Placer County; measles; Phillip Reese, acramento Bee reporter; Parks Forward; California Department of Parks and Recreation; scandal; Parks California; Dr. Steven Lockhart; Heather Marie, Local Young Adult novelist; Gateway of Light and Darkness; Barnes & Noble in Roseville; Malcolm MacKenzie, baritone; Opera; Davis; Carmen; Metropolitan Opera in New York; Camellia Symphony Orechestra
Downloads: 879
[audio]Insight: Political Junkie / Homeless Count / Community Meal Plans / On-Field Concussions - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Political Junkie - The Political Junkie Ken Rudin joins us from Washington DC, and there has been a lot going on in Washington and around the political world recently from the president's budget to early shuffling of presidential candidates. We'll talk about the potential brawl over President Obama's budget proposal, and how-in-the-world caucuses in Iowa became such a big thing - two years before the presidential election...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Political Junkie; Ken Rudin; president's budget; presidential candidates; Homeless Count; Ryan Loofbourrow, Executive Director of Sacramento Steps Forward; On-Field Concussions; football; Khizer Khaderi, UC Davis ophthalmologist; eye tracking hardware; EEG (brain wave) systems; head injuries; Community Meal Plans; Rabbi David Wechsler-Azen; low-income neighborhoods; mobile kitchen; Randall Selland, Chef; Patrick Mulvaney, Chefs; Fresher Sacramento; Mulvaney's B&L Wednesday
Downloads: 1,160
[audio]Insight: Capitol Chat / State Of The City / Tobias Wolff / Band Of The Golden West - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Capitol Chat - For years, the State Parks System has struggled in the face of financial scandals and accusations of a broken administration. Now, an independent panel called the "Parks Forward Commission" is reporting on exactly how the state parks system should overhaul itself. That's in today's Capitol Chat segment, along with some news about how the DMV is tackling the tricky issue of driverless cars...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Capitol Chat; State Parks System; financial scandals; broken administration; Parks Forward Commission; State Of The City; Urban farming; Music festivals; Major League Soccer team; downtown rail yards; Kevin Johnson, Sacramento Mayor; Bob Moffitt, Capital Public Radio's Region Reporter; Tobias Wolff, Award-winning author; Stories on Stage Sacramento; Band Of The Golden West; United States Air Force Band of the Golden West Chamber Players
Downloads: 748
[audio]Insight: Avocado Consumption / Peter Coyote / Sound Advice - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Avocado Consumption - Take a look down at that bowl of guacamole in your lap this Sunday. Chances are your avocados came from Mexico. But even though most avocados consumed this Super Bowl Sunday aren't from California, that doesn't mean the increase in demand isn't a boon for the state's growers. Avocado grower Ed McFadden joins us to talk about how growing demand for the fruit once-known as the "alligator pear" is benefiting California avocado growers...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Avocado Consumption; guacamole; Ed McFadden, Avocado grower; alligator pear; Peter Coyote, actor, Emmy award-winning narrator; Harris Center for the Arts; Folsom; activist; songwriter; Governor Jerry Brown; Sound Advice; Nick Brunner, host of Capital Public Radio's Blue Dog Jam; Tiaras; Viet Cong; Modest Mouse; Dengue Fever; Marilyn Manson
Downloads: 880
[audio]Insight: Measles, Flu, Vaccines / Pet Tales: New Trends In Pet Care / Joseph The Musical / Guitarist Mike Stern - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Measles, Flu, Vaccines - Sacramento County officials are investigating a possible case of measles in Elk Grove. It's the first potential case in the region since more than 73 people were linked to an outbreak at Disneyland in December. Measles is highly contagious. We'll talk with Dr. Dean Blumberg, associate professor of Pediatric Infectious Diseases at UC Davis Children's Hospital, about the outbreak and what people can do to mitigate their risk...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Measles, Flu, Vaccines; Sacramento County; Disneyland; outbreak; Dr. Dean Blumberg, associate professor of Pediatric Infectious Diseases at UC Davis Children's Hospital; Placer County; flu-related death; Pet Tales: New Trends In Pet Care; Gina Spadafori, Pet expert; newest trends in veterinary care; fear-free veterinary visits; Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat; Diana DeGarmo; Ace Young; American Idol; Mike Stern, Guitarist; 6 Grammy nominations; contemporary jazz; Miles Davis; Gary Vercelli
Downloads: 1,149
[audio]Insight: News Network: Stockton / World Economic Forum / Kevin Seconds - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
News Network: Stockton - The saga that is Stockton's bankruptcy proceedings has come to a close -- somewhat. Judge Christopher Klein has given the city approval to start implementing its restructuring plan while creditor Franklin Templeton appeals bankruptcy deal. Stockton Record Columnist Michael Fitzgerald says Templeton is throwing good money after bad with its appeal and joins us to for this week's News Network to explain...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; News Network: Stockton; bankruptcy proceedings; Judge Christopher Klein; Franklin Templeton; Michael Fitzgerald, Record Columnist; World Economic Forum; Davos, Switzerland; Amy Myers Jaffe, UC Davis energy expert; Kevin Seconds; Local punk legend; studio performance; live performance; 2015 New Year's Resolution; Woody Guthrie; New Years Rulin's
Downloads: 798
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